Vunetrix On Premise is a licensed-based program for organizations that require a closed network. Vunetrix On Premise comes with all of the features of the Vunetrix Cloud Network Performance Monitor.

On Premise Licenses

License #       License Description

VU-CL100        Entry License (1-50 Cameras1), 12 month SUSP included
VU-CL500        Basic License (50-200 Cameras1), 12 month SUSP included
VU-CL1000      Standard License (100-500 Cameras1), 12 month SUSP included
VU-CL2500      Advanced License (500-1250 Cameras1), 12 month SUSP included
VU-CL5000      Professional License (1000-2500 Cameras1), 12 month SUSP included
VU-CL15000    Professional+ License (2000-7500 Cameras1), 12 month SUSP included
VU-CLEXP        Add an Expansion Core to a Professional+ License1,2, 12 month SUSP included 

1  The number of cameras monitored per license is a guideline. The actual number of monitored cameras will depend upon: total number of metrics utilized per camera, the addition of additional security network devices, and other factors. Details can be found by calling your Vunetrix regional sales manager or at

2  A maximum of four additional Core Expansions may be added to a single Professional+ License.  The addition of a new Professional+ license is required for every five Vunetrix Core servers.

 Automated Alert Desk

Every Network Performance Monitor solution comes with a customized and automated alert desk. When your system is behaving abnormally, Vunetrix sends an alert. Every alert has context information so you can triage your situation. 



Push Notification

SMS Text

Audible Alarm


Job Function


Time of Day

The Context Approach

Safeguard Your Environment: The Context Approach

1) Know your normal. Safeguarding your environment begins with understanding how your physical security network should be behaving. You need to establish benchmarks, set thresholds, and then notify when the thresholds are breached. Providing context around the physical security network’s normal operating standard allows us to set data thresholds for each device, which we call, “Know your normal.”

2) Understand your normal. Vunetrix helps you understand how each device on your physical security network is performing, i.e. how much data is coming from each device and when, so that we can determine it’s typical performance standard. We must understand the typical and accepted performance standard of each device so that we know what thresholds to set identifying when the system is behaving abnormally.

3) Detect abnormalities– When a device is not behaving normally, i.e. a particular device is producing too much data or too little data during a specific period of time, Vunetrix detects this abnormality. When a data threshold has been met, Vunetrix sends an alert. Some key alerts include:

  • Device Data Traffic Throughput
  • Hard Drive Failure
  • CPU
  • Critical Service Failure
  • Memory Failure
  • Bandwidth
  • On / Off
  • Recording
  • Temperature
  • Device Website Access
  • System Wide Power Failure
  • Back Up Power Failure
  • Access Control
Understand Your Normal Vunetrix On Premise

4) Respond with context

Not every alert is equal. Vunetrix provides you with the context around each alert empowering better decision-making. You know where there’s a problem, the nature of the problem, and can then determine how to respond. Alerts can be customized and individualized per operational duties. This identification of an incident gives your team the opportunity to respond before valuable data is lost and before your environment becomes compromised or breached.